We arrived back at the ri’vah this afternoon around 2 p.m. After traveling almost 1,700 miles in the last 10 days and spending a joyous holiday with kids and grandkids in Arkansas and Atlanta, we pulled into our driveway and unloaded a truck filled with Christmas gifts, luggage, and dogs.
It’s been a wonderful holiday, and I hope yours was everything you wanted it to be. I have so much to tell you about in the coming days, but I’m going to beg off a little longer while we settle in to home one more time. I have my sleep study on Thursday night in Albany, then New Year’s weekend will be upon us. My plan now is to start this blog up again on Monday, January 3. From that point on until we return to Mackinac Island in May, I should be able to write 2-3 times a week again.
Here’s a little peek at what’s to come next week:
I’m off to hunker down for the evening layered in Cuddl Duds and flannel pj’s. We kept wondering why the house wasn’t getting any warmer after we’d been home for a few hours, only to discover that the central heat was out. I’m probably going to wish I had an electric blanket before the night is over!!
See ya’ll back here on Monday morning. Have a fun and SAFE New Year’s Eve!
Personal Note: In the header are Jordan and Matthew, the two most beautiful, perfect grandchildren in the world.